e-Learning Lab at Aalborg University is participating in the Learning Analytics Summer Institutes around the world. We hereby invites Ph.D. candidates, academics, researchers, educators and other Learning-Professionals with interest in the Learning Analytics field to participate in our local LASI event, LASI-Aalborg. LASI-Aalborg will have the form of both a Ph.D. course and an open Master class. There will be an assignment to do, during the course, for those attending the included Ph.D. course, more info here
LASI-Aalborg will take place in conjunction with the LASI-Stanford Summer Institute, July 1 – 5, and all the other LASI-locals around the world. Our event in Aalborg relies on both online asynchronous-participation and synchronous real-time participation with presence for participants here at eLearning lab, Aalborg Wednesday July 3 & Thursday July 4.
The online part with preparation and participation will consists mainly of joining live webcasts and/or watching recordings from the Stanford Sessions and following the twitter threads and will take place at your own time, place and pace between July 1 – 6. 2013.
The presence part at e-Learning Lab will mainly consists of a workshop on chosen themes of relevance for the Learning Analytics research field and watching recordings of the Stanford Sessions followed by discussion of chosen themes. The workshop will consist of a hands-on-part considering data analysis and visualization of the twitter conversations concerning Learning Analytics as well. E-Learning Lab will apply coffee, lunch and refreshments during the event.
- Registration: please mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- Price: LASI-Aalborg will be free of charge
- Note: There will be a limited number of participants
The objective of the LASI`s is that participants will leave better equipped to actively engage in advancing the LA field through their teaching and research activities. Specifically, LASI has two goals:
- Build the field of Learning Analytics through cross disciplinary interactions, identification of research and teaching needs, advancement of LA methods, and connecting isolated researchers.
- Develop the skills and knowledge of doctoral students and academics, equipping them to engage actively in LA research and teaching.
Organizers: Professor Ellen Christiansen, Ph.D. candidate Ulla Lunde Ringtved